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Valentine: ‘Don’t lose your dignity to peer pressure’, Helen Paul warns

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Nigerian comedienne, Professor Helen Paul has said celebration of St Valentine’s Day should not be turned into an occasion to promote immorality, particularly between the opposite sex.

St. Valentine’s Day, popularly known as Lover’s Day, is celebrated all over the world every February 14th, but the famous entertainer believes the celebration is often misinterpreted in Nigeria.

According to Helen Paul, February 14th of every year is a day to show love to people, especially the needy.

She said, “St Valentine’s Day is a day to show love to people around you by exchanging gift items and providing for the needy in your own little way.

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“It is not a day to exchange your body for material things and the like. This is my humble advice to all young ladies out there. Do not lose your dignity to ignorance and peer pressure.

“Simply check on your loved ones with calls and text messages, even if you can’t afford any gift item. A lot of people are battling depression, and you could have saved a life by checking on someone. That’s the reason for the season.

“In preparation for next week’s elections, the government has asked all university students to go on break, but some students are staying behind because they want to do Valentine first. They want to drive Benz automobiles and use expensive phones and gadgets.

“This is just to let you know that we love and pray for God’s protection over you. Kindly go back home to your family. They’re missing you. Those things you’re craving now are vanity.”

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Funke Akindele Responds to Allegations After Adejumoke Aderounmu’s Demise (Video)

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In response to the comments made by the brother of the late Adejumoke Aderounmu regarding the actress’s demise, Funke Akindele has taken to her Instagram live to clarify some issues surrounding her life.

Recall that Aderounmu, popularly known for her role as Esther in Jenifa’s Diary, passed away in the early hours of Saturday, 8th April 2024.

However, the brother of the deceased 37-year-old actress called out Akindele for sending her condolences after allegedly ignoring her when she needed help.

It happened that Akindele commented on the brother’s condolence message to his late sister on an Instagram blog post, saying, “Sad!!!! @jideawobona I still asked about her. Omg. May her soul rest in peace.”

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In response, Aderounmu’s brother, in a series of posts via his Instagram page, commended Nollywood stars Rita Dominic and Sotayo Gaga for reaching out to his sister, unlike Funke.

The deceased’s brother added that there was no point in showing love when Funke Akindele failed to do the same when his sister was alive.

He wrote: “You that they called tirelessly, you didn’t show up, she even sent Pascal to you, and still, you didn’t reach out. Why the eye service now when she has passed away? Omo, shout-out to Rita Dominic and Sotayo Gaga. Terrible person! If you want to defend anybody, it’s fine. After all, there is nothing we can do about it.

“But don’t be a hypocrite by changing the narrative. Nobody is feeling entitled! If you refuse to show love when a person is alive, don’t do eye service when the person has passed away, just look away, and nobody will question your matter.”

In a dedicated live video on Instagram, the tearful Akindele revealed her relationship with the late Aderounmu and defended herself against the allegations by the brother.

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“I’m so unhappy because, practically, you don’t know what I’m going through. I work hard; round the clock,” tearful Akindele lamented.

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Filmmaker Daniel Ademinokan enters third marriage with Tope Oshin

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In a private ceremony that has stirred a buzz in the entertainment industry, acclaimed filmmaker Daniel Ademinokan has exchanged vows for the third time, taking Tope Oshin as his bride. The renowned movie director, who was previously married to actress Doris Simon and later to another well-known actress, Stella Damasus, has embarked on a new chapter in his romantic journey.

Ademinokan’s initial marriage to Doris Simon marked a significant chapter in his personal life, followed by a subsequent union with Stella Damasus. The latter marriage, however, concluded in 2020, bringing an end to their six years union.

The latest development comes amidst a flurry of congratulatory messages from well-wishers within the entertainment sphere. Daniel Ademinokan and Tope Oshin have managed to keep details of their relationship discreet, heightening anticipation and intrigue surrounding their newly formed marital alliance.

As fans and industry insiders extend their best wishes to the couple, the spotlight on Daniel Ademinokan’s personal life continues to captivate audiences, making his matrimonial journey a topic of interest and discussion within the entertainment community.

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[Video] Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

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Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

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